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Naby Keïta’s Return to Werder Bremen: Can He Regain His Place in the Team?

The Africa Cup is over for Werder’s Naby Keïta (28). Guinea was eliminated in the quarter-finals after losing 3-1 to the Democratic Republic of Congo. The man from Bremen has long since packed his things on the Ivory Coast and is expected on the Weser shortly.

Football boss Clemens Fritz told BILD: “He lands in Bremen on Tuesday and will receive treatment in the afternoon. Then we’ll get an idea of ​​how he’s doing and when he’ll start training again.”

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After a completely miserable season for him due to several injuries (a single appearance in the starting eleven), everything should now get better. But in his absence the competition in midfield has become even greater with a blossoming Senne Lynen and new alternative Skelly Alvero.

Does Werder still need Keïta?

Fritz: “We need him. And I assume that it will bring us more joy this year. But he is also subject to the competition we currently have.”

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Stage and Schmid were last placed in the eighth position intended for Keïta (who came from Liverpool on a free transfer in the summer). In addition, Bittencourt, a seasoned player, is pushing back into the first eleven. And new signing Alvero (on loan from Lyon until the summer) wants to show his performance quickly in order to be recommended for a permanent contract. Not good prospects for the former Leipzig star.

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At least one thing gives Werder and Keïta courage: their heads! Fritz: “Naby played a successful tournament with Guinea and was able to gain match practice and self-confidence there.”

Will he also be able to do that at Werder?

2024-02-06 06:05:46
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